ascendancy

  • 1 Ascendancy — Entwickler The Logic Factory Publisher …

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  • 2 Ascendancy II — Ascendancy Entwickler: The Logic Factory Verleger: Softgold Computerspiele GmbH Publikation: 1995 Plattform(en) …

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  • 3 Ascendancy — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Este artículo se refiere al álbum del grupo musical Trivium. Para el juego de ordenador de The Logic Factory, consulta en Ascendancy (videojuego). Ascendancy Álbum de Trivium Publicación 15 de marzo de 2005 …

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  • 4 Ascendancy — может означать: Ascendancy (игра)  фантастическая глобальная пошаговая стратегия, разработанная для DOS. Ascendancy (альбом)  второй студийный альбом метал группы Trivium, который был выпущен 15 марта 2005 года на Roadrunner Records …

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  • 5 Ascendancy — est un film britannique réalisé par Edward Bennett, sorti en 1982. Sommaire 1 Synopsis 2 Fiche technique 3 Distribution 4 Distinctions …

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  • 6 ascendancy — ascendancy, ascendant 1. The preferred spellings are ancy, ant, although ascendency and ascendent are still sometimes found in print. 2. Have ascendancy over and be in the ascendant are the normal phrases, and refer to a position of power… …

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  • 7 Ascendancy — As*cend an*cy, Ascendance As*cend ance, n. Same as {Ascendency}. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 8 ascendancy — index advantage, dominance, dominion (supreme authority), force (strength), hegemony, influence …

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  • 9 ascendancy — (n.) 1712; see ASCENDANT (Cf. ascendant) + CY (Cf. cy) …

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  • 10 ascendancy — *supremacy Analogous words: dominance, predominance (see corresponding adjectives at DOMINANT): command, sway, dominion, control, *power, authority: sovereignty (see under FREE adj) …

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  • 11 ascendancy — / ascendency [n] domination advantage, authority, command, control, dominance, dominion, edge, influence, jump*, leg up*, mastery, on top, power, predominance, preeminence, prepotence, prevalence, reign, rule, sovereignty, superiority, supremacy …

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  • 12 ascendancy — or ascendency [ə sen′dən sē] n. a position in which one has control or power; supremacy; domination: also ascendance or ascendence …

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  • 13 ascendancy — as|cen|dan|cy ascendency [əˈsendənsi] n [U] formal a position of power, influence, or control →↑ascendant ▪ moral ascendancy ascendancy of ▪ the ascendancy of nationalist forces ascendancy over ▪ Butler established ascendancy over his critics. ▪… …

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  • 14 ascendancy — n. 1)to attain, gain ascendancy over 2) (a) clear cut; overwhelming ascendancy * * * [ə sendənsɪ] gain ascendancy over overwhelming ascendancy (a) clear cut to attain …

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  • 15 ascendancy — [[t]əse̱ndənsi[/t]] also ascendency N UNCOUNT If one group has ascendancy over another group, it has more power or influence than the other group. [FORMAL] Although geographically linked, the two provinces have long fought for political… …

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  • 16 ascendancy — noun a) The process or period of ones ascent This was a key moment in Caesars ascendancy. b) Supremacy; superiority; dominant control; the quality of being in the ascendant …

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  • 17 ascendancy — as|cen|dan|cy [ ə sendənsi ] noun uncount the advantage, power, or influence that one person or group has over another: Two early goals established the team s ascendancy in the first half …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 18 ascendancy — UK [əˈsendənsɪ] / US noun [uncountable] the advantage, power, or influence that one person or group has over another Two early goals established the team s ascendancy in the first half …

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  • 19 ascendancy — [əˈsendənsi] noun [U] the advantage, power, or influence that one person or group has over another the party s political ascendancy[/ex] …

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  • 20 ascendancy — ascendant ► ADJECTIVE 1) holding a position of increasing status or influence. 2) Astrology (of a planet, zodiacal degree, or sign) on or close to the intersection of the ecliptic with the eastern horizon. ► NOUN Astrology ▪ the ascendant point.… …

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